Carter, Dan T., Scottsboro: A Tragedy of the American South (1969)

Chalmers, Allan Knight, They Shall Be Free (1951)

Crenshaw, Files, Scottsboro: The Firebrand of Communism (1936)

Goodman, James, Stories of Scottsboro (1994)

Hays, Arthur Garfield, Trial By Prejudice, (1933)

Horne, Gerald, Powell vs. Alabama: The Scottsboro Boys and American Justice (1997)

Miller, James A., Remembering Scottsboro: The Legacy of the Infamous Trial (Princeton, 2009)

Norris, Clarence and Washington, Sybil, The Last of the Scottsboro Boys (1979)

Randall, Holace, Report on the Scottsboro, Alabama Case (ACLU, unpublished)(1931)

Scottsboro Defense Committee, A Record of Broken Promises (1938)


Papers of the American Civil Liberties Union, Seeley Mudd Library, Princeton University

Papers of the International Labor Defense, Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, New York City Public Library

Papers of the National Ass'n. for the Advancement of Colored People, Library of Congress

Scottsboro Cases Legal Document Collection (Ten Volumes), Cornell Univ. Law Library


LIFE, "Scottsboro Boys Once More on Trial" (July 19, 1937)

Owsley, Frank L., Scottsboro, "The Third Crusade: The Sequel to Abolition and Reconstruction," American Review (June, 1933)

Wilson, Edmund, "The Freight-Car Case," The New Republic (August 26, 1931)


Tomorrow Entertainment, "Judge Horton and the Scottsboro Boys" (1976)(aired on NBC)

Cinetel Productions, "The Greatest Trials of All Time: Scottsboro Boys" (1998)(aired on Court TV)

Goodman, Barak, "Scottsboro: An American Tragedy"(2000)(aired on PBS American Experience Series, April 2001)


Scottsboro Stories (Scottsboro Boys Museum),

PBS, Scottsboro: An American Tragedy,
ILD Role in Trials,